Assessing Rhea Ripley’s Win-Loss Record in Saudi Arabia as She Prepares for WWE Crown Jewel

Published 10/26/2023, 6:30 AM EDT

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Rhea Ripley is experiencing the pinnacle of her career and having the most fruitful spell in her WWE stint. She has been carrying the Women’s World Championship around her waist for six months now. She has defeated every challenger thrown in her way and left them in utter despair.

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Another challenge lies ahead for Ripley, as she will put her gold on the line again at the upcoming event Crown Jewel in Saudi Arabia. Speaking of which, let’s assess her win-loss record in Saudi Arabia.

Rhea Ripley has only fought twice in front of the Saudi Arabian crowd

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Ripley has fought only twice in Saudi Arabia. Once in 2022 and the other time in 2023. She has a record of 1-1, meaning that she has one win and one loss. Let’s first talk about her victory. This year in May, Ripley faced Natalya at Night of Champions and won.

You must remember how dominant she was. She laid complete waste on her opponent. Dominik Mysterio distracted Natalya, which gave the champion an advantage over the challenger. Capitalizing on the situation, Ripley took out Natalya within a matter of seconds after the match started, handing the WWE veteran a humiliating loss.

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Now let’s discuss the time when Ripley suffered defeat in front of the Saudi Arabian crowd.

The time when Ripley lost her match in Saudi Arabia

Last year, WWE went to Saudi Arabia to hold the Elimination Chamber premium live event. During the event, six women entered the elimination chamber match to win the opportunity to face Becky Lynch for the WWE Raw Women’s Championship match at WrestleMania 38.

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One of the six women in the match was Ripley. The five other women were Bianca Belair, Alexa Bliss, Piper NivenLiv Morgan, and Nikki Cross. The winner of the match was Belair. Despite putting in her best effort, Ripley couldn’t win the match.

She was the fourth woman to get eliminated from the match and Belair was the one who inflicted the defeat. One win and one loss in Saudi Arabia, which means this upcoming PLE will decide how her record gets affected. On November 4, she will face Nia Jax, Shayna Baszler, Zoey Stark, and Raquel Rodriguez in a fatal five-way match.

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Ripley has successfully defeated all her challengers in the last six months. The fans will have to wait to find out whether she will win or lose. What do you think about her win-loss record in Saudi Arabia? Let us know in the comments below.

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Monika Thapa

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Monika Thapa is a WWE writer at EssentiallySports, who brings a unique blend of fluency in language and passion for the sport to her writing. Having been a fan of WWE since her childhood, Monika writes thought-provoking articles that offer readers deeper insights into the lives of their favorite superstars. She believes that WWE superstars present valuable life lessons that readers can learn from, as seen in her recent piece on Ronda Rousey's workout video.
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